Development & Runoff Control
Construction Site Runoff Control
The City of Mount Holly has the objective to reduce and eliminate construction site erosion and sediment. To best ensure this, Mount Holly has an agreement with Gaston County to administer and enforce all aspects of Construction site Erosion and Sediment control. It includes plan review, approval, inspection and enforcement.
All land disturbing activities that uncovers and/or disturbs one (1) acre or more are required to submit a Soil Erosion & Sedimentation Control Plan for review to:
Gaston Natural Resources Department
1303 Cherryville Highway, Dallas, NC 28034
Soil Erosion & Sedimentation Control
Post-Construction Runoff Control
As our city grows, the increased impervious surfaces associated with this development will increase stormwater volume and degrade water quality, which can harm our lakes, rivers, and streams. The best way to mitigate stormwater impacts from new developments is to use practices to treat, store, and infiltrate runoff onsite before it can affect water bodies downstream.
Mount Holly has taken steps to reduce pollution that are required by the Watershed Management Ordinance. These Water Quality regulations are designed to reduce pollution in our streams, rivers, ponds and lakes. ??The Watershed Management Ordinance addresses impervious limits, Best Management Practices (BMP) requirements, inspection and maintenance of structural BMPs, and penalties for non-compliance.